- Copertina flessibile: 129 pagine
- Editore: Cleis Pr (2 aprile 2007)
- Lingua: Inglese
- ISBN-10: 1573442739
- ISBN-13: 978-1573442732
- Peso di spedizione: 181 g
The Smart Girl's Guide to the G-Spot (Inglese) Copertina flessibile – 2 apr 2007
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This is an easy-to-read guide written by a woman who clearly knows her G-Spot--and yours, and explains everything you need to know, from sex toys to ejaculation, no holes barred. It's especially important for women who may be worried about what their G-Spot can and can't do, or aren't sure it exists, or are being pressured into having their G-Spots stimulated by a partner (Blue also has great advice for partners who want to enjoy a woman's G-Spot). I also appreciated that Blue doesn't try to push G-Spot play onto everyone; she acknowledges that for many women it can be "too much" and that you should go at your own pace, and there's nothing wrong with not being into G-Spot stimulation. Short, sweet, with sexy stories by Alison Tyler illuminating the G-Spot's power, this book will make you curious about an area that's actually more than a "spot," and Blue's intensity is a welcome change from detached third person sex advice. So whether you've heard about the G-Spot, played with yours or someone else's, have no clue, or just want to make G-Spot pleasure that much more intense, check out this book.
I wasn't crazy for this book, but I thought it was good overall. I didn't really learn much, but I did pick up some ideas, and the list of resources for shopping was pretty good. If you want to learn more about what's in the book (it's brief), it's under the spoiler bit.
I liked how she went about everything. She didn't write clinically or in an overly enthusiastic kind of way. It was written very conversationally. There were a lot of "slang" terms for genitals used in this book, and I think the "F bomb" was dropped a few times, so if those offend you, you might want to pass on reading this one.
The short erotic stories that were included were ok. Not amazing, but not bad. I think I only actually liked one of them and thought the others were "meh," but that's a personal preference.
Overall, it was a pretty good book for someone inexperienced.